Second-year medical student Sarah Cook with mentor Joseph W. St. Geme, MD, associate professor of molecular microbiology and of pediatrics. St. Geme’s assistance was invaluable to Cook and fellow students in the preparation of an immunization drive held at Mathews-Dickey Boys Club. Learn more.

Produced in the Office of Medical Public Affairs. Volume XXXVII, Number 4. Outlook (ISSN 1042-2897) is published quarterly by the Washington University School of Medicine at 4444 Forest Park Ave., Campus Box 8508, St. Louis, MO 63108.


Small Miracles
The Center for Infertility and Reproductive Medicine provides hope for couples struggling with infertility and recurrent miscarriage.

First-Year Journal, Part II
Second-year medical student Sarah Cook concludes the tale of her journey through the first year of medical school in this second and final installment.

CPR 4 U (& me!)
Medical students lead a cooperative effort that takes CPR training into the community, forging a bond between the School of Medicine and its neighbors.

Panic Attack
School of Medicine researchers conduct a study to determine if a new drug under investigation will provide relief for some panic disorder sufferers.

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